The Bishop Garden

More Pine Bark is recommended for the small bed.

Visit Report

Dear Linda,

The Service Report for 26-April-21 was uploaded and updated below! 

Please tap/click on each section to review its content. 

A printable version can be found in the “Reports Archive” section to the right.  

Cheers,

MDG

Native Plants in Garden

Plants look great!

Everything is looking green and healthy, especially after the heavy rains that came through.

Native Plants in GardenFront – 2

Back - 3.5

Very manageable with two people, weeds do not seem to be out of control.

Firecracker PlantThe focus of this visit was:

--Weeding of front and back garden

--Trimming of firecracker plant near front door

--Relocated muhly grass still looks healthy

--Weeping Yaupon Holly looks straight and green

--Many bees, wasps, lovebugs and dragonflies flyingaround bushes near front door

Poinsettia in The GardenEncroachment of grass into beds may require edging to ameliorate.

Pine Bark in the Garden Bed--During next visit, edge beds with either electric edger or by hand using root cutter.

--Get more Pine Bark for the small bed.

Fox Tail FernFox Tail Fern was found within the garden

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